Example IP and port translation rule?

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Example IP and port translation rule?

Hi Folks,

 

Trying to learn a basic port translation example to relate to some work I have, but not working for me so far.

 

I have a basic IIS web server listening on port 80.  My security and NAT rule works fine for that.

Now, I change my IIS web site to listen on port 8080 (website binding) and change my NAT rule to this below, but does not resolve (page cannot be displayed).

 

Any suggestions for how to complete this request?

 

portrule1.jpg

 

portrule2.jpg


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Ok, sorry for the spam.  I think I got it.

After changing the port to 8080 on IIS, I needed to disable my Windows firewall (or change its exception).

 

Working correctly now after disabling Windows firewall on the IIS server.

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Ok, sorry for the spam.  I think I got it.

After changing the port to 8080 on IIS, I needed to disable my Windows firewall (or change its exception).

 

Working correctly now after disabling Windows firewall on the IIS server.

View solution in original post

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